Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Resurgence of China’s modern art scene

In the 1970’s Chinese contemporary art did not raise many pulses. Thirty years later, Chinese contemporary art is hot, with prices rising so fast that many believe it will crash before any other art sector. Those in the art industry, … Continue reading

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Art HK could join forces with Art Basel

Financial Times reported recently that the increasingly Blue-chip fair Art HK is in talks with Art Basel about a possible collaboration. This was confirmed by one of the directors of the HK Fair that discussions have been going on for … Continue reading

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Guy Ullens is selling at Sotheby’s HK

Belgian industrialist Guy Ullens is the most important international collector of Chinese contemporary art, amassing a huge collection and opening of his contemporary art museum in Beijing 2007 Ullen Center. Now he is selling a part of his collection at … Continue reading

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Is Feng Zhengjie China’s Andy Warhol?

Last month, Singapore staged a world-class art fair worthy any international artist. As mentioned before it was called Art Stage. The show was large, spread out and quite colorful in many aspects. A serious art collector was asked? Do you … Continue reading

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Mainland China Auctions take the lead

For the last 20 years, Christie’s and Sotheby’s have dominated the Chinese auction market, but since the art market downturn in 2008, the wind has changed. Among the big four auction houses in the Chinese market – Christie’s, Sotheby’s, China … Continue reading

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